Aug 20, Hiromi Shinya was a Japanese-American Doctor who pioneered colonoscopic surgery and invented the colonoscope. He was chief of the. Based on his 45 years of medical practice in the United States and Japan, Dr. Hiromi Shinya presents his research supporting the idea of a miracle enzyme out . After practicing as a gastroenterologist for decades, Dr. Hiromi Shinya claims he has His theory, which he detailed in his book “The Enzyme Factor,”.

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Hiromi Shinya Diet

Fifteen percent or less of your daily meals should contain fish, poultry or eggs, with ahinya meat eaten seldom, though preferably not at all. When we eat “dead foods” devoid of enzymes OR take into our bodies toxic substances, the body must supply either from the “good foods” we eat which contain enzymes OR from our source enzymes the enzymes we need to counter these destructive forces; as a result, our body huromi its source enzymes at a faster rate, thus limiting the quality and length of our lives.

Jun 20, Craig rated it it was amazing Shelves: Retrieved from ” https: Miso soup might be lunch on Hiromi Shinya’s recommended diet. Not only fatcor you learn about your body and how to keep it healthy, you will be moved by his personal story.

The death of his wife and illness of his children motivated him to find a way to see what dhinya happening in his patient’s colon without the need for surgery.


He values highly the importance of enzyme and recommend how we get a healthy body: No matter how much good healthy food you eat, it can not enxyme utilized without enzymes which are destroyed when you heat food to over degrees. Hiromi Shinya claims he has discovered the key to better health: Did you know there is now an audiobook version of this book available on Audible?

Shinya is also known for his claims about health benefits of enzyme supplementation.

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The Enzyme Factor

The author discusses in detail the foods we should eat and those hirommi should NOT eat to sustain and replenish our whinya. Much of it makes much sense. Following the internship, Shinya began his residency at Toho University Hospital, with the hope of becoming a neurosurgeon.

It is his theory that each of us is born with a certain amount of “source” enzymes which essentially “stand ready” to be converted to the particular types of enzymes our body needs for alcoholics, they may be converted into enzymes to replenish the liver.

Shinya suggests vegetable broth or miso soup.

Hiromi Shinya – Wikipedia

He also discusses in great detail hiroomi interrelationships and synergism of the different organs and life processes in the human body and the importance of achieving staces within the body. Jan 09, LeeAnn rated it it was amazing. However, sometimes he writes the same content in different places so you should be patient to read until the end. Shinya has authored many books, of which the most well-known, Living without Enzymw Much of it is based on his work, so there are not – for now!!!


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According to Shinya, the foods forbidden on his diet require more energy — and more enzymes — to digest compared to whole plant foods. The book lacks detail plan of eating but that is for future books in the series.

A not-long book and very easy to understand. He graduated from Juntendo Fnzyme School of Medicine in Some of his more interesting claims: An important book that raises awareness of how eating and daily habit can affect your health.

He explains well why meat ffactor red meat is not good for our digestion and body. No obstante, a la hora de leerlo hay que tener en cuenta que algunas de las afirmaciones del Dr.

Inhe delivered the first report of the procedure to the New York Surgical Society, and in May presented his experiences to the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Sivakp. View all 8 comments.